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The Website of St Clement's Church, Jersey (Channel Islands)


Lent Lunches begin on Thursday, 11th February 2016 and these are the teams that have volunteered to organise so far -

     11th February - Jean Chapman, Mums and Toddlers 

     18th February - Volunteers still needed

     25th February - Margaret du Feu and family

      3rd March - Members of the Choir

    10th March - Jacqueline Richomme, Sue Bradley and Nicola Santos Costa

    17th March - Members of St Nicholas Church

    24th March - Members of St Nicholas Church



Please bring any unwanted Christmas Gifts to Evelyn and Sarah's Stall that runs each Sunday and raises money to sponsor Susan, Isaiah and Francis with their theological training in Kenya. Isaiah and Francis will be ordained on the 23rd January. Any donations are always welcome.



Please rememnber that Used stamps are always gratefully received by Pam Turner (732710) for the Leprosy Mission.
Our musical director, Graham Caldbeck, is always looking for children and adults to join the choir. Children will spend part of the service in Sunday School and then return to sing. Children only will receive £1 for practice and £1 if they stay on for Sunday School and Singing.
Unless otherwise indicated in the Church Diary, all choir rehearsals before Holy Communion services at St Clement are from 9.30 to 10.10am and rehearsals before Family Services are at 10.00am
The Caldwell Hall is available for hire for children's parties - £45 for a three hour session with a half price extra hour to help set up and clear away for £8 on Saturday Mornings and Afternoons, and Sunday Afternoons. There is an excellent kitchen and a hall with enough room for a bouncy castle, with the option of adding on a comfortable room with glass doors for just £10 for guests to escape the noise but still see their children. Telephone 851992. 
The Congregation of St Aubin's Methodist Church presented a cheque for £2,680 on Sunday, 17th January, for the Chidzipwa School Project in Kenya. Matched by the Jersey Overseas Aid Commission, this will build a much needed classroom to replace the mud and stick building which is currently used.





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